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CCCC: Never left an inventor without work? (5)

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A man had three pieces of beautiful wood, measuring 12 inches, 15 inches, and 16 inches square respectively. He wanted to cut these into the fewest pieces possible that would fit together and form a small square table top 25 inches by 25 inches. How was he to do it? I have found several easy solu...

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What comes next in the following sequences? Sequence 1. 10, 30 ,5000, 7, ? Sequence 2. 103,108, 20105, 20300, ? Sequence 3. 181, 1172, 1153, 1224, ? Sequence 4. 150, 4610, 7710, ? Sequence 5. 100, 19, 82, 37, 54, ? Sequence 6. 25, 94, 67, 118, ? Sequence 7. 26, 9, 2, 3, ? Sequence 8. 1091, 901, 8...

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You are faced with the difficult task to set up a dungeon for adventurers. However you made a deal with the guild: if one adventurer is brave enough to beat the dungeon and comes to the treasure room, he will get at least a treasure whatever he does. Of course, this goes against your master's rul...

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Determine the next number in this sequence? 10, 30, 5000, 7, ? Please, also have a look to the other sequences I posted.

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1:39 PM
@msh210 oh is this (-w)RIGHT, as in the brothers

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6:34 PM
I have emerged victorious! i.e. the grid deduction puzzle I was working on finally has a nice solution path. I think. Gonna step away for a day, then come back and make sure the last clues I added don't allow you to skip the fun logic.
For those interested: it is a Even-Odd TetroThermoDoku :)

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7:43 PM
@bobble sounds exciting!